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Mt. Iron Woman Killed in Crash


Fire Engulfs Home in Wrenshall

Fighting Fire With Fire

Retired Duluth English Teacher Running for School Board Spot

Police Investigate Hazing at Carleton College


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BMO Financial Offers Credit Monitoring after Mailing Error


Student's Anti-Trump Quote Makes Brainerd Yearbook


Dayton Vetoes Bill for Teacher Licensing Overhaul

Audit: Wis. Economic Agency Failing to Track Job Creation, Retention

Wis. DOJ Offers Firmer Numbers of Untested Sexual Assault Kits

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'Spartan Hot Rod' Project Teaches Superior Students Needed Trade Skills

Barron County Puts Initial Tornado Damage Estimate at $10M

Street Sweeping Beginning Monday in Duluth Neighborhoods

The new bridge will replace the current one built in 1934.

Bridge Replacement Work to Close Highway 5 near Linden Grove


Duluth Police Finds Deceased Man Leaning in Vehicle
First Responders Get Emergency Training for Bus Crashes
Man Gets Probation for Cutting Spruce Tops in Chippewa Forest
Northland Kicks Off Celebration of Bob Dylan's Birthday
Local Group Shines Light on Neurofibromatosis Disorder

Minn. House Passes Bill Charging Parents for Genital Mutilation

The Minnesota House has passed a bill that would levy harsh penalties against parents who subject their children to female genital mutilation.


Health Incident Command Team Works to Prevent Measles Spread

Walker Doubles Down on No Tax Increases

Wis. Legislature OKs Bill Eliminating Child Labor Permits

Most Wis. Income Taxpayers Would See Cut under GOP Plan

Man Killed in Forklift Accident at Twin Cities Menards Store

US Fishing Industry Retracted a Bit in 2015; $208B in Sales

Dry Weather Helps Minnesota Farmers Catch Up on Planting

Brush Fire Burns near Highway West of Twin Cities

Wis. Group That Skipped on Bar Bill Pays Up after Online Shaming

Wisconsin-Based Atheist Group Sues Trump over Church Order

Police: Group Attempts to Take Goat from St. Paul Park

What Wisconsin's Roads Shortfall Could Mean for Taxpayers
FDA, CDC Warn Some Lead Poisoning Tests May Not Be Accurate
Judge Declares Prince's 6 Siblings the Heirs to His Estate

North Korea Ready to Deploy, Mass Produce new Missile


Explosion in Thailand Hospital Injuries 20+

Iraq's Special Forces Declare their Mosul Mission Complete

Iran Strikes Back at US with More Reciprocal Sanctions

Trump Receives Saudi's Highest Civilian Honor

Attack on Libyan Army Base Kills at Least 141

Anthony Weiner Pleads Guilty

BMO Financial Offers Credit Monitoring after Mailing Error

BMO Financial Group is offering credit monitoring services to customers impacted by a mailing error.


Local Businesses Offering Deals for 'Get Downtown' Week

Starting Sunday, Duluthians will have the chance to get luck up on some great deals while shopping local. This is now the second year the Greater Downtown Council will be launching 'Get Downtown' week.


Twitter's Privacy Update: What It Means for You

Twitter is updating its privacy policy so it can track users' interests better and target advertisements to them, at least in the US.


Ford to Cut 1,400 Salaried Jobs in North America, Asia

Ford Motor Co. plans to cut 10 percent of its salaried jobs in North America and Asia Pacific this year by offering voluntary early retirement and separation packages to its workers. 


US Households Owe Record Amount, Topping Pre-Recession Peak

U.S. household debt reached a record high in the first three months of this year, topping the previous peak reached in 2008.


100,000 Groups in 150 Nations Hit by Cyberattack

Europol, the European Union's police agency, says the international "ransomware" cyberattack has so far hit more than 100,000 organizations in at least 150 countries.


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Buck-only Hunt in Ashland, Iron and Vilas Counties in 2017.

DNR Looks to Reduce Buck-only Counties Again This Fall


Chisholm Mans Bags Turkey in Central Minnesota

Warm Spring Brings Ticks Out Early Across Minnesota

Young ATV Riders Gaining Lifesaving Lessons

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